Jun 12, 2013

60 Things you can do with a Y-shaped Cookie Cutter from the BYU Creamery

  1. Cookies
  2. Rice Krispie Treats
  3. Pancakes
  4. Jello Y
  5. Brownies
  6. Sand Sculpture
  7. Pizza
  8. Y-shaped Peanut Butter and Jelly
  9. Y-shaped Mini Cakes
  10. Carve Pumpkins
  11. Make clay ornaments
  12. Popsicle
  13. Y-shaped Pepperoni for Pizza
  14. Watermelon
  15. Use as a photo frame
  16. Fried Egg
  17. Make a pin cushion
  18. Make a wreath
  19. Use as a napkin ring
  20. Bruleed Mini Cheesecakes
  21. Organize candy in a tin gift pan
  22. Make a Y-crayon (melt it)
  23. Freeze whip cream on a cookie sheet and cut out Y's to go in hot chocolate
  24. Cut cheese with them
  25. Put felted elbow pads on sleeves
  26. Make homemade cards
  27. Cake Decorating (sparkles inside an indent on a cake)
  28. Ice Cream Sandwiches
  29. Toast
  30. French Toast
  31. Cream Cheese Mold
  32. Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
  33. Stocking Stuffers
  34. Fridge Magnet
  35. Ice Cream Mold
  36. Butter Mold
  37. Beach Toy
  38. Stationary Stencil
  39. Place Cards
  40. Balloon Weights
  41. Quilt Patterns
  42. Cut out play dough shapes
  43. Bread Dough Shapes
  44. Fudge (Bookstore fudge?)
  45. Making soap
  46. Homemade Chocolates
  47. Hamburgers
  48. Drink Coasters
  49. Give as a gift!
  50. Use as a key holder (keychain)
  51. Make a bird feeder
  52. Create a floating candle
  53. Stained Glass Candy (using jolly ranchers)
  54. Make a cookie cutter night light
  55. Paint an autumn tree (using the Y as a stencil for the leaves)
  56. Cut out a Y of beeswax and connect it to a pillar candle
  57. Create a bird feeder
  58. Make baked cheddar crackers
  59. Cookie Cutter Handle Glued Onto Glass (cup)
  60. Ice Cubes 
Need to get one of these classic metal cookie cutters?  You can buy one at the BYU Creamery on Ninth East or online from the BYU Bookstore

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